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JKMills

Greenville, KY

#1 Apr 5, 2012
Several of the sewer system were promissed to be replaced in town years ago and still haven't been upgraded.
Now Princeton is going to force all the restaurants in town to install a grease trap similar to a septic system that has to be pumped out every week at the restaurants expense because the city sewer disposal system can't handle it. Inadequate disposal system and out dated equipment.
It's only going to cost the restaurants about $10,000 each for the installations. Some of the establishments can't afford it on their already limited sales and will probably close the other will adjust their prices to compensate for the added expenditures.
You know where that goes to YOUR POCKETS with increase prices for eating in Princeton restaurants.
Why wasn't this taken care of by the Sewerage Department with tax dollars instead of tacking it on to already struggling busisneses in Princeton.
YOUR MAYOR at Work with your tax dollars.
Om my G

United States

#2 Apr 5, 2012
I read the topic and I knew it had to be you!
bill

Cadiz, KY

#3 Apr 5, 2012
Watch out, she's coming out of the sewer!!!
Pigg McGee

Spirit Lake, IA

#4 Apr 5, 2012
She's Back!
JKMills

Greenville, KY

#5 Apr 6, 2012
Pigg McGee wrote:
She's Back!
Yeah and you are one of the lower life species of human dignity having none and deceptive of your own sense of being. Not worthy enought to even consider your own existance.
JKMills

Greenville, KY

#6 Apr 6, 2012
bill wrote:
Watch out, she's coming out of the sewer!!!
If your such a smart contribution to society go up there and ask the mayor if they are having to comply with it. Then lets see who the idiot is, that is if you would ever tell the truth about it. Which I doubt.
missed u

Madisonville, KY

#7 Apr 6, 2012
glad u r back. somebody needs to fire on their azzez
Turd Ferguson

Belton, KY

#8 Apr 6, 2012
JKMills wrote:
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If your such a smart contribution to society go up there and ask the mayor if they are having to comply with it. Then lets see who the idiot is, that is if you would ever tell the truth about it. Which I doubt.
It's your question. Why don't you go holla at Gayle? Sure she'd love your input.
maybe

Spirit Lake, IA

#9 Apr 6, 2012
Sam T is blockin the sewers, that IS where she sleeps you know??
nah

Spirit Lake, IA

#10 Apr 6, 2012
Turd Ferguson wrote:
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It's your question. Why don't you go holla at Gayle? Sure she'd love your input.
They are too busy trying to fire people!!
JKMills

Greenville, KY

#11 Apr 6, 2012
Turd Ferguson wrote:
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It's your question. Why don't you go holla at Gayle? Sure she'd love your input.
I already know stupid....Majestic house is the only one in town in compliance the rest have 6 months and 1 year to comply. So how many more businesses do you think this will shut down in an already thrieving ghost town.
How do you like paying $6.50 for a dollar McDonalds hamburger from now own. It's called the Government passing the buck to the tax payer and the consumer.
bill

Cadiz, KY

#12 Apr 6, 2012
JKMills wrote:
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I already know stupid....Majestic house is the only one in town in compliance the rest have 6 months and 1 year to comply. So how many more businesses do you think this will shut down in an already thrieving ghost town.
How do you like paying $6.50 for a dollar McDonalds hamburger from now own. It's called the Government passing the buck to the tax payer and the consumer.
thrieving?? Is that a combination of thriving & thieving & grieving?? Never seen that word.
Claude Balls

United States

#13 Apr 6, 2012
Hey JKMILLS!

If every restaurant would install a multi-level

pay parking lot at their location, as you suggested

a while back, they could use the revenue from parking

to pay for the grease thingy.

Will cost of adding a grease thingy by add 5 bucks

to the cost of a hamburger at Mickey D's.

Don't most restaurants have a grease collection

container on site that is used to store grease until

used grease is is picked up by the grease collection

guy.

Have a Nice Day!
JKMills

Greenville, KY

#14 Apr 6, 2012
Claude Balls wrote:
Hey JKMILLS!
If every restaurant would install a multi-level
pay parking lot at their location, as you suggested
a while back, they could use the revenue from parking
to pay for the grease thingy.
Will cost of adding a grease thingy by add 5 bucks
to the cost of a hamburger at Mickey D's.
Don't most restaurants have a grease collection
container on site that is used to store grease until
used grease is is picked up by the grease collection
guy.
Have a Nice Day!
They are not up to standards and the cost is being passed to the restaurant instead of the inadequate county sewer system and out date deteriorating systems. A $6.50 hamburger was just an example ot the cost or compliance not and actural price. What do you have to have every single word explaing to you in elementary terms.
Just like a paid parking lot for long term parking and the businesses sharing the cost of eliminating city stickers for revenue. The ones that park on main street in front of their businesses instead of it being customers should have to pay for their long term parking. They are the ones reeping the benefits from tax payers city stickers and not paying anything out for that convienence. Too far above you head. Forced purchases by a government entity is unconstitutional and can not be enforced if challenged in court and you can't put parking meters on state highways which happens to be main street, Highway 91 South in Princeton.
Claude Balls

United States

#15 Apr 6, 2012
JKMills wrote:
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They are not up to standards and the cost is being passed to the restaurant instead of the inadequate county sewer system and out date deteriorating systems. A $6.50 hamburger was just an example ot the cost or compliance not and actural price. What do you have to have every single word explaing to you in elementary terms.
Just like a paid parking lot for long term parking and the businesses sharing the cost of eliminating city stickers for revenue. The ones that park on main street in front of their businesses instead of it being customers should have to pay for their long term parking. They are the ones reeping the benefits from tax payers city stickers and not paying anything out for that convienence. Too far above you head. Forced purchases by a government entity is unconstitutional and can not be enforced if challenged in court and you can't put parking meters on state highways which happens to be main street, Highway 91 South in Princeton.
Hey JKMILLS!

What is wrong with having the restaurants and their customers

pay for the grease trap equipment.

Why should I, a citizen and taxpayer pay for equipment at business

I don't use.

Why are the existing grease containers behind restaurants

not up to standard?

Regarding parking in downtown Princeton, the only time I have had

to park more than a 3 minute walk to the court house was on Black

Patch day. That was probably a 5 minute walk.

HAND

CB
dweeb

Spirit Lake, IA

#16 Apr 6, 2012
go live up on North Jefferson by Kay's kitchen and see if ur attitude changes.Your plumbing will be backed up 10 days out the month cause of the grease stoppage
Turd Ferguson

Belton, KY

#17 Apr 6, 2012
JKMills wrote:
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I already know stupid....Majestic house is the only one in town in compliance the rest have 6 months and 1 year to comply. So how many more businesses do you think this will shut down in an already thrieving ghost town.
How do you like paying $6.50 for a dollar McDonalds hamburger from now own. It's called the Government passing the buck to the tax payer and the consumer.
I'm stupid for suggesting you grow a set and actually speak to the mayor in person? Jesus Christ....the mentality!
In addition, McDonald's is not a food group...I don't give a damn how much they charge for a Burger.
JKMills

Princeton, KY

#18 Apr 8, 2012
Turd Ferguson wrote:
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I'm stupid for suggesting you grow a set and actually speak to the mayor in person? Jesus Christ....the mentality!
In addition, McDonald's is not a food group...I don't give a damn how much they charge for a Burger.
It is the responsibility of the tax payers and the businesses to try to force the issue with the mayor and city council.One individual isn't going to be paid that much attention too. It takes more people complaining for them to become concerned that it might look bad on them or that they might not get by with some of the crap that they pull.
It's hard for one person if not impossible in Princeton. They all stick together and cover each others a$$e$ to keep their lousey little status quo and minimum wage jobs covering up.
Only when the people become aware of the problems can someone confront it. That's why they keep everything hid from the public so that they don't have to be confronted or do anything. It's been that way in Princeton for years and it's about time some if not all of it needs to change and them forced to do thing right and for the betterment of the community not their own personal benefits and wallets.
JKMills

Princeton, KY

#19 Apr 8, 2012
Turd Ferguson wrote:
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I'm stupid for suggesting you grow a set and actually speak to the mayor in person? Jesus Christ....the mentality!
In addition, McDonald's is not a food group...I don't give a damn how much they charge for a Burger.
It's not going to affect just McDonalds and their prices but all the food services in the county. Some of them may and probably will have to close because of it.
How many businesses have to close before it becomes a real ghost town or that someone tries to do something about it before that does happen. It's on it's way now.
What about Pizza Hut, KFC, Subway, Sonic, Kay's, Peggy's, Field Housse,Hardees, Great Wall, they are going by seating capacity. Exactly which ones is it that you want to see close.$10,000 is a big business expentiture and will have to be re-cooped in sales to the consumer. This is being done instead of the county and city bringing the sewer system up to standards. They are only 10 years behind every town their size.
The city will probably put one contractor in there that they approve to do the work and the kick backs begin.
NBA

Madisonville, KY

#20 Apr 8, 2012
Judy, we all missed seeing you around here. Glad Western State decided to let you out for Easter. When do you report back?

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